Gorge FC blanks Nanaimo

Cam Stokes scored twice and Matueuz Deron earned the clean sheet in 2-0 win

Cam Stokes scored twice and Matueuz Deron earned the clean sheet in goal for Gorge FC as the third-place team beat Nanaimo 2-0 last week.

Gorge (2-0-1) is now third in Div. 1 of the senior men’s Vancouver Island Soccer League while the Fusion (1-1-1) are fifth and Lakehill is eighth (0-1-2).

James Fitzpatrick and Brett Lumley scored for Lakehill FC as the Saanich-basd Div. 1 men’s soccer team drew with Vic West, 2-2. Jacob Simpson scored the only goal as Bays United defeated the Saanich Fusion 1-0.

On Friday, Gorge and Bays renew their rivalry at Hampton Park with a 7 p.m. kickoff, while Lakehill faces Nanaimo at Braefoot, 8 p.m., and the Fusion face Westcastle United at Tyndall Park, 8 p.m.

The premier Saanich Fusion face the Victoria Athletics Saturday, 8 p.m. at Tyndall Park, in the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association. Lakehill and Gorge play at noon Sunday at Braefoot Park. Prospect Lake has a bye this weekend.

 

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